Best Answer: It depends on the area that has been tattooed. Thickness or thinness of the skin, amount of blood flow to that area, rate of cell renewal, previous exposure to the elements, and so on. It can also depend on the ink used (different colour or brand), the tattoo artists
Why is my tattoo peeling and flaking? Answer to this frequently asked question.
I had my tattoo last march 2 and that was 3 days ago. im talking about a permanent tattoo. but then its starting to peel off. when a scab fell while i was putting petroleum jelly, its like a flake with the colored ink on it. when i checked my tattoo its color is lighter. im worried
Peeling and flaking of a new tattoo is perfectly normal. Before it actually begins to peel, the tattoo will look like it's covered with a whitish, cracking film.
After your scabs come off there is a layer of skin under the scab that is dead skin. Just like when you get sunburn and your skin peels you get that whitish faded out hazy look over your new tattoo. That skin will then peel back showing “screw it, my tattoo has healed good enough
Ok so most of today the scabbing on my tattoo has been coming off (no, im not picking it off) but underneath the tattoo looks much lighter than it should. the black even looks kinda grey. Essentially, your skin will peel,
Hey I just got my first two tattoo’s on the same day one is color nd the other is in black ink, there both doin a lil bit of flaking nd peeling, however the color Tati have peeled off in Lil spots nd the color is a lighter, and the tattoo I a bit crack but still looks nice it’s been 5 day